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For My Single Girls This Summer

For my single girls this summer: This is your summer friend. Enjoy every minute of it. I want you to live it to the fullest. I want you to draw nearer to the Lover of your soul. I want you to find beauty in the ordinary. I want you to try something new. I want you to be bold. I …

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Knowing When To Say No

I feel like everyone, both single and married, can easily struggle with saying no. My independent and self-sufficient nature (or attempts at such) have made me into someone who struggles with saying no, even when I know I should. Either out of the fear of letting someone down or the honest belief that I’m superhuman, I take on almost anything …

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Dress Up Your Salad

I began making my own dressings when I realized how easy they are to whip up and how much better they taste! Sometimes I enjoy a simple balsamic vinaigrette, and other times a creamy dressing is best. Use these simple rules to help you dress-up your next salad. Simple rule of thumb when making a dressing: 2 parts oil (or …

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Breakfast For Dinner Casserole

Are you on holiday food overload? Sometimes it’s just more fun to have breakfast for dinner. I mean, who ever said you had to eat breakfast in the morning? This Breakfast for Dinner Casserole is great anytime of the day! Here’s what you’ll need … 2 medium-sized carrots chopped 4 oz. of mushrooms chopped 4 garlic cloves chopped 1 Tablespoon …

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When God Gives You A Red Light

I hate red traffic lights! Even though traffic signals have green and yellow lights, they are still called “red” lights. Regardless of the fact they are meant for my protection, they signify stopping, impeding my progress, restricting my actions. In other words, my reactions to them reveal that I am impatient, inconsiderate of others and insensitive to the fact that …

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Healthy Habits For Singles, Part 2: Exercise

I ran two 5K races last year: one on Thanksgiving Day, and one on Christmas Eve. By my own doing, my race on Thanksgiving Day was limited to a physical and mental experience. I was preoccupied with babying my knee to avoid re-injury, and I thought of little else as I ran the race. Christmas Eve was another story. The …

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Healthy Habits For Singles Part 1: Hydrate

“Take this time to concentrate on yourself.” Have you ever had such annoyingly good advice? You may be tired of hearing it, but it’s still true: Singleness is the perfect opportunity to develop healthy habits. Good habits apply to many different disciplines: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, financial and more. This five-part series narrows it down to five physical habits that …

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What New Habit Will Make 2016 The Best Year Ever?

Are you making a habit of traveling the same path and getting the same results? What can you do to make 2016 your best year ever? Establishing or breaking a habit may be your answer. Make space for some new habits in your routine.  It seems to me that we are victims of our habits. We know we should make …

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Redefining Resolutions: Making New Year’s Resolutions Stick

Do you ever struggle with keeping your New Year’s Resolutions? Do you cringe at the very mention of the words? Does your heart rate spike when someone asks what your resolution will be this year, or how you are doing with maintaining it? Do you instantly slouch in shame at the thought of all the resolutions you were unable to …

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Four Secrets To Financial Success And The One Reason They Matter

The bedroom in my first apartment was so small I think it might have actually been a closet at one time. The walls in the kitchen/living room were so thin that I often watched the same programs as my next-door neighbor just so I could sync up the voices I couldn’t help but hear with the lips on the screen. …

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